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Malik likely to be named for Australia series, World Cup proba...

KARACHI: Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik is likely to be given another chance at reviving his international career when the national selectors name the squad for the upcoming series against Australia and the list of probables for the 2015 World ... Daily Times, 6 hours ago
Malik likely for Australia series The Nation Pakistan, 1 hour ago

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MS Dhoni, Misbah comparison unfair: Shoaib Malik

IndiaVision Latest Breaking News and Information about India IndiaVision Latest Breaking News and Information about India - News and Information Portal Shoaib Malik, the former Pakistan captain, said that it was absolutely unfair to make any ...
 IndiaVision3 weeks ago Unfair to compare Dhoni's captaincy with Misbah: Shoaib Malik  India Today3 weeks ago Misbah-ul-Haq comparisons with MS Dhoni unfair, says Shoaib Malik  First Post.com3 weeks ago Unfair to compare M.S. Dhoni and Misbah: Shoaib Malik  The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Sania Mirza backs husband Shoaib Malik over racial slur

Sania Mirza and Husband Shoaib Malik. (Photo: DC/file) New Delhi: Indian tennis star Sania Mirza made no reservations in showing support for husband Shoaib Malik after the Pakistan cricketer had an ugly altercation with West Indian pacer Tino ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Malik-Best altercation irks Sania  The Telegraph1 month ago Mirza wanted malik to beat up caribbean adversary  The Statesman1 month ago Sania backs hubby Shoaib in ugly spat with Tino Best  Rediff.com1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Rana Shoaib, six co-accused remanded for two more days

Judge Malik Ishtiaq Ahmad has extended the remand of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Punjab Assembly Member Rana Shoaib and 6 other co-accused by two days. The court has ordered to produce the accused on 10th. Faisalabad police pleaded before the ...
 Pakistan Today1 week ago Malik, Smith guide Barbados Tridents to CPL title  The Nation Pakistan4 weeks ago CPL: Jamaica Tallawahs defy Shoaib Malik, Ravi Rampaul to win again  Zee News1 month ago Tallawahs defy Malik, Rampaul to win again  Prokerala1 month ago

Shahid Afridi best candidate to lead Pakistan in ICC World Cup 2015: Shoaib Malik

g 2014 - 17:08:44 Source: S.O. News Service, Posted by: Staff Correspondent | Karachi: Pakistans senior batsman and former captain Shoaib Malik has said maverick all-rounder Shahid Afridi is the best person to replace Misbah-ul-Haq as skipper for next years ...
 Sahil Online2 weeks ago 'Aggressive Afridi right man to lead Pakistan at 2015 World Cup'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Shahid Afridi the best option to replace Misbah for World Cup 2015: Shoaib Malik  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago Afridi best person to lead Pakistan in 2015 World Cup: Malik  Jagran Post2 weeks ago

Sania Mirza controversy exposes the dark underbelly of Indian nationalism

Faced with opposition BJP’s barbs over her nationality owing to her marriage to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, the 27-year-old tennis player broke down in an interview with a TV channel, saying it was unfair that she had to keep asserting her Indianness.
 Economic Times1 month ago Sania controversy exposes dark side of nationalism  Economic Times1 month ago
The News Tribe

Tearful Sania Mirza facing troubles alone besides Shoaib Malik's CPL busyness

NEW DELHI: Sadden Indian tennis star Sania Mirza over being questioned over her Indian-ness, after marrying a Pakistani cricketer, seemed to face all troubles alone as her husband Shoaib Malik is busy in Caribbean Premier League playswith no ...
 The News Tribe1 month ago Twitterati Defend 'India's Daughter' Sania Mirza  International Business Times India1 month ago Star agony over taunt  Gulf Daily News1 month ago Tired of being forced to defend Indian-ness: Sania  Arab Times1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Sania committed to representing India: AITA

Pakistan may want Sania Mirza to play for them after marrying cricketer Shoaib Malik but the tennis ace remains committed to representing India, the All India Tennis association said here on Thursday. "Sania Mirza and her parents have informed ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Sania Mirza responds to BJP's 'daughter-in-law of Pakistan' comments  The Express Tribune1 month ago Sania Mirza Responds To BJP's Daughter-In-Law Of Pakistan Comments  World Tribune Pakistan1 month ago
Times of India

Sania Mirza hits back at BJP for branding her outsider

HYDERABAD: Sania Mirza, Indian tennis star who is married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, came out with a hard hitting statement Thursday snubbing right-wing, ruling Bhartia Janata Party (BJP) for branding her as an outsider. I am married to ...
 SAMAA TV1 month ago Don't brand me as an outsider, says Sania on BJP leader's jibe  INooz1 month ago Sania Mirza hits back at BJP MLA's 'Pak bahu' barb  Times of India1 month ago

'Focus chucking probe on quicks'

Pakistan's Shoaib Malik (above) undergoes testing at the University of Western Australia in 2004 (Getty) One of cricket's most experienced biomechanical experts says pace bowlers have gone under the radar of the International Cricket Council's ...
 Noodls1 month ago
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